By Trevor Lindsay
'Groupwork perform in Social paintings' introduces the practicalities of making plans, developing, facilitating and comparing social paintings tasks, and comprises commonsense suggestions on developing, facilitating and shutting small aiding teams, inter-professional and different groups.
content material: advent what's groupwork? making plans your groupwork undertaking: preliminary making plans judgements Facilitation and co-facilitation developing the gang team tactics Programmes and actions problems with strength and oppression dealing with unforeseen or unhelpful responses tracking, recording and comparing your work
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6, page 17), imagine you are planning a group for them. Use the format of the Group Planner to take you through the preliminary planning decisions. C H A P T E R S U M M A R Y ● In this chapter we have suggested that the starting point in planning any group project is the consideration of the unmet needs of service users where groupwork might be an appropriate method of provision. ● Having decided that there is a group of people for whom a groupwork project would be feasible and useful, it should be easy for you to formulate an aim for your group.
Key Role 4: Manage risk to individuals, families, carers, groups, communities, self and colleagues. Assess and manage risks to individuals, families, carers, groups and communities. It will also introduce you to the following academic standards as set out in the QAA social work subject benchmark statement. 1 Social work services and service users. The nature of social work services in a diverse society (with particular reference to concepts such as prejudice, inter-personal, institutional and structural discrimination, empowerment and antidiscriminatory practices).
We will discuss preliminary interviews with potential group members in Chapter 4. However, before deciding to exclude someone from a group there is a final question we must ask ourselves. Is there any way in which the plan for the group might be altered to allow for this person to be included? It may be, for example, that the person could cope satisfactorily with a group with a high level of activity, rather than one based on discussion. But, then again, we have to take into account the benefit for the whole group and not just one individual.
Groupwork Practice in Social Work (Transforming Social Work Practice) by Trevor Lindsay